Whether you're a local wondering where the nearest pub is, or visiting Brum looking for something different, here are a few of our suggestions in the local area to add to your visit to Escape Brum.
A lovely bar only a minute away from our front door; serves craft beers and a selection of gins, plus good food - a great place to meet before your escape, or to assess your performance after. Check their website for opening hours.
There's also The Rose Villa Tavern in the center of the Jewellery Quarter for a more traditional pub feel, The Button Factory has some outdoor terrace space, and The Shakespeare Inn if you're coming from the center of town.
If you're looking for something hotter and more caffeinated, then Urban Cafe does some great coffee, plus some excellent brunch options. Located in the center of the Jewellery Quarter, a 5 minute walk away.
There are loads of restaurants in the Jewellery quarter, almost too many to choose from! If you're looking for top end then you'll want to visit Opheem, which is Michelin starred.
Offering a mix of British and European comfort food; from pizzas and burgers to pies and steaks, the Rolling Mill offers some great grub in a relaxed atmosphere.
A truly historic part of Birmingham, The Jewellery Quarter is a unique destination: home to Europe’s largest collection of businesses involved in the gold and jewellery trade, there are also some interesting museums, and a host of food and drink establishments.
So if you want to learn a bit about part of the industrial revolution centered in Birmingham, buy jewellery at competitive prices, and play a few escape rooms, then the JQ is the place for you!
Learn how the Newman Brothers made some of the worlds finest coffin furniture; step back in time with this little gem of a museum hidden away in the Jewellery Quarter.
Did you know that the manufacture of metal pen nibs was one of the biggest industries of the Victorian era in Birmingham? Learn how early mass production techniques meant Birmingham pen nibs were sold all over the world; and possibly even make one yourself.
There is so much choice in the UK's second city we could never list it all, so head over to Visit Birmingham to find out more. Here are a couple of our favourites.
A unique looking building, the Library of Birmingham is also the largest regional library in Europe! An excellent public space inside, it also hosts a terrace garden on one of the upper floors, with views over the city.
Birmingham's premier shopping area, and the first part of the regeneration of the city center that continues to this day. No trip to Birmingham is complete without a visit to see the bull at the very least!
For something a bit different how about a cross between pool and crazy golf? The Floodgate offers several different games, but PitPat is the most intriguing. The others? Bleachers baseball and curling!